Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 6

6.5 Overall Score
Story: 6/10
Acting: 6/10
Art: 6/10

Fun but predictable

Cliche storylines and not the highest quality


The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are joined by Vernon and Burne!

The Turtles are back but unfortunately so are Shredder, Krang, Rocksteady, and Bebop!  Fighting for the rights of the free, and for pizza, the Turtles are kicking shell!  Be it snake monsters, nightmare villains, or a giant Irma, the lives of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Splinter, and April are never dull.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 6 aired from September 12, 1992 to December 26, 1992.  The series aired on Saturday mornings on CBS and has been collected on DVD.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were a weird phenomenon.  By this point, the series was already losing its audience, and the popularity had already peaked.  Despite this, the series continues on its normal episodes which couple have easily been part of any season.

I do like regular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle villains, and this season is rather lacking in the regular characters.  I would have liked to have seen some Casey Jones, Leatherhead, or Baxter Stockman, but the show did not have many of its old character.  The season does have the return of the Turtleoid Kerma, but it primarily is new villains (except the standard Shredder crew).


Willy Wombat is coming for your soul!!!

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also had weird habits which does confuse the idea of who the show’s target audience was.  The show often made references to movies and events that were far above the audience’s age level, and the show in reality is rather kiddie to be enjoyed by viewers that the jokes target.  The Turtles also have a habit of addressing the camera and breaking the 4th wall, but it is so erratic that is odd when it happens.

I can watch and enjoy Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles simply because I watched it when it was on in the original run.  I had already quit watching it at this point so it is fun to get to see “new” episodes of the series that I’ve never seen.  It feels like visiting an old friend, but it is not as much of a quality show as something like Transformers or G.I. Joe which frequently had continuing plotlines.  The Turtles if nothing else are predictable and comforting.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 6 Complete Episode Guide:


“Rock Around the Block”

7.1       Rock Around the Block (Episode #127) Airdate:  09/12/92

While trying to steal a laser to free the Technodrome, Krang and Shredder send General Traag as a distraction to battle the Turtles.  The Turtles find that stopping the Technodrome could come from the secret of Wu Wei.


“Krangenstein Lives!”

7.2       Krangenstein Lives! (Episode #128) Airdate:  09/19/92

Rocksteady and Bebop accidentally insert a video game disk into Krang’s robot body sending it on a rampage in New York City.  A fall causes Shredder to lose his memories and finds him wandering around the city.  The Turtles try to contain Krang’s body and discover the only hope may be Michelangelo’s video game skills.


“Super Irma”

7.3       Super Irma (Episode #129) Airdate:  09/26/92

It is Halloween, and Irma finds herself endowed with superpowers.  As Super-Irma becomes the hero of the city, the Turtles try to stop her from getting into trouble…but Super-Irma’s powers might not be all they seem to be!


“Adventures in Turtle-Sitting”

6.4       Adventures in Turtle-Sitting (Episode #130) Airdate:  10/03/92

Donatello tries to create a ray to help keep food fresh by de-aging it, but Donatello, Leonardo, and Raphael are accidentally de-aged by Michelangelo.  As Krang works on a plot to eliminate his competition, Michelangelo must find a way to return the Turtles to their correct age.


“Sword of Yuikawa”

6.5       Sword of Yurikawa (Episode #131) Airdate:  10/10/92

The Sword of Yurikawa is in New York City and everyone wants it!  Splinter sends the Turtles to get his master’s sword but unfortunately, others have gone after the sword as well!  With Shredder, a collector, and a mysterious ninja all going after the sword, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles must find the real artifact.


“Return of the Turtleoid”

6.6       Return of the Turtleoid (Episode #132) Airdate:  10/17/92

Kerma is back and being pursued by a murderous robot.  Seeking the Turtles for help, Kerma finds himself weakened even more when he loses his life-saving gold machine to Big Louie.


“Shreeka’s Revenge”

6.7       Shreeka’s Revenge (Episode #133) Airdate:  10/24/92

Krang’s old enemy Shreeka has come to Earth seeking revenge and to retrieve her power ring.  Krang pits Shreeka to attack April O’Neil by planting the ring as a birthday gift from the Turtles.


“Too Hot to Handle”

6.8       Too Hot to Handle (Episode #134) Airdate:  10/31/92

Donatello worries that the Earth is falling into the sun but the other Turtles refuse to believe him.  When he learns that Vernon’s nephew Foster has created a solar magnet, Donatello sets out to stop him, but Foster’s magnet attracts the attention of Professor Philo Sopho.


“Nightmare in the Lair”

6.9       Nightmare in the Lair (Episode #135) Airdate:  11/07/92

Donatello creates Dream-O-Vision to bring dreams to life…unfortunately, it also releases the nightmarish Creepy Eddie on to Earth!


“Phantom of the Sewers”

6.10     Phantom of the Sewers (Episode #136) Airdate:  11/14/92

Willie Wombat’s Pizza Pan Theater is being plagued my mysterious problems.  A Phantom is ruining the performances and the Turtles must investigate…and what is the tie to the recent string of bank robberies?


“Donatello Trashes Slash”

6.11     Donatello Trashes Slash (Episode #137) Airdate:  11/21/92

Donatello worries that everything he builds is a failure.  Leaving the layer, Donatello finds Slash has returned…and is actually smart!  Now bent on turning everyone into turtles with his animalizer ray, Donatello sets out to stop Slash before it is too late.


“Leonardo Is Missing”

6.12     Leonardo Is Missing (Episode #138) Airdate:  11/28/92

Leonardo sets out to track a strange signal, and Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello suspect foul play.  Krang and Shredder send Bebop (disguised as Leonardo) to distract the Turtles as they plan to blast the Earth off of its axis…but Splinter’s vision of dinosaurs could reveal Leonardo’s true location.


“Snakes Alive!”

6.13     Snakes Alive! (Episode #139) Airdate:  12/05/92

A thief has stolen snakes from the zoo and the Turtles set out to find the thief…forcing Leonardo to face his fear of snakes.


“Polly Wanna Pizza”

6.14     Polly Wanna Pizza (Episode #140) Airdate:  12/12/92

Michelangelo’s new pet parrot Ditto is causing problems for the Turtles.  Unfortunately, Ditto is really the pet of Mugsy McGuffin…who also holds the key to the hidden Galoobie Ruby.


“Mr. Nice Guy”

6.15     Mr. Nice Guy (Episode #141) Airdate:  12/19/92

Raphael’s birthday is coming up and the Turtles find he is exceptionally grumpy.  When Raphael is hit by a personality alterator, he becomes nice…too nice.  Taken to psychiatrist Dr. Otto Von Shrink, Von Shrink realizes the personality alterator could be his key to success!


“Sleuth on the Loose”

6.16     Sleuth on the Loose (Episode #142) Airdate:  12/26/92

Dynamic Science Labs has been robbed…interrupting the Turtles’ favorite show Sleuth on the Loose starring April’s Aunt Agatha.  A doomsday device is being constructed and the Turtles must stop it.  When the Turtles pull Aunt Agatha out of the TV, they team-up to find the man responsible!

Related Links:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 1 Review and Complete Episode Guide

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 2 Review and Complete Episode Guide

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 8 Review and Complete Episode Guide

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 9 Review and Complete Episode Guide

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—Season 10 Review and Complete Episode Guide

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:  Turtles Forever (2009)

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